A New Method for Coupled Elastic-Atomistic Modelling
Molecular Dynamics and Molecular Statics have become important tools for model investigations of crystal defects. In spite of the ever increasing computer power the size of the models which can be treated by these methods is very limited. Therefore, in order to avoid surface effects it is common practice to employ one of the following techniques:
periodic boundary conditions or
KeywordsCrack Front Interatomic Potential Embed Atom Method Increase Computer Power Continuum Continuum
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